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Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric
Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric
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Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric

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Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric Nintendo Wii U Game. Guaranteed to work and backed by Lukie Games 90 day no questions asked returns policy.

Product Details






Nintendo Wii U


NTSC (N. America)


Everyone 10+

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Customer Reviews

2 Stars
It's not like I didn't know...
First of all, let me say that the game, its case, and the manual were in excellent condition. I never once got a disc read error, and I was kept up to date on my package's delivery status. The service here is wonderful, and I plan on using this website in the future. Anyway, on to the game itself... I frequently look for games of supposedly low quality to see if they're really that bad. Last year I got the infamous Sonic 06, for example (not from here). Truth be told, while that game was a little rough and clearly wasn't quite finished, I actually got a lot of enjoyment out of it, both accidental and legitimate. Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric on the other hand, lacks much of anything interesting enough to look past its many technical flaws. The game frequently stutters, especially in the speed sections, glitches halted my progress more than once, and it seems to be in an even less finished state than the aforementioned Sonic 06. The combat is very simplistic and repetitive, to the point where it's not very fun, a big problem considering fighting hordes of enemies comprises most of the game. On top of this, dying has almost no consequences, so fights against tougher enemies come off as more annoying than anything. The game is also very short. I beat it about a day after getting it, and got all collectibles a few days later, just because I could. It's very disappointing that this game turned out the way it did, especially considering how good the cartoon on which it's based is. Even for the kids this game was made for, just about any other Sonic game would be a better option.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from Bonne Terre, MO on
2 Stars
Like Sonic the Hedgehog (2006), this game had a bit of troubled development, with a few factors such as the not being made for the Wii U in mind and its story being altered on several aspects (Sega wanted to be the first to make an officially told origin story, and the TV show ended up forcing the game to be a (as well as the 3DS counterpart) prequel to the show). But even with that said, the game isn't that great. Plus playing Sonic the Hedgehog (2006) was rather fun even with its issues (in my opinion) The game focuses heavily on exploration and combat, but unlike the Werehog stages of Sonic Unleashed, it gets easily boring. The Wherehog stages are platforming and combat (beat 'em up), but the game gives you a lot of unique obstacles to work with, and the combat is fast, fun, and you have tons of combos (especially the HD versions with the combat, although the SD versions also has a decent amount of combos) to work with. In this game, you have around 2-3 combos, it takes too long to defeat most of the enemies, and there is little variation in the game besides the zip targets and switching between different characters. And while each character has their own abilities, one could get through huge portions of the game using one character, until the game demands it. Contrast that to Sonic Heroes, where it genuinely feels that each character on the team is useful, in not only traversing the stages, but also in combat. It especially helps collecting the power cores and not losing a life during a stage, trust me. And lastly (because of limited space), the disc that I got had particular issue playing the last cutscene before the credits, and the credits because my Wii U has an error reading the disc there. And the odd thing is that the disc is in rather impeccable condition itself, but I think those might be (it seems) perforations in the gray center of the disc. That might be an oversight on lukiegames, but I'm not sure. And the issue with the disc ONLY shows up there: Taking the disc out and then in and the Wii U can read it again, and the game play normally.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from Edwardsburg, MI on
5 Stars
Everything I have ever ordered from Lukie games, comes just as said . Games always are resurfaced to look like new , also if the case is said to be complete , it is . You have a customer here for life
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